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(The Register)   Mozilla petitions the FCC to halt Verizon and Comcast from ruining the internet   (theregister.co.uk ) divider line
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2014-05-05 08:38:04 PM  
9 votes:
An update to Firefox Petition is available:

Firefox Petition 2.02.12.03.0256.0125.236

It is strongly advised that you upgrade as soon as possible.
2014-05-06 10:12:38 AM  
1 vote:

max_pooper: An update to Firefox Petition is available:

Firefox Petition 2.02.12.03.0256.0125.236

It is strongly advised that you upgrade as soon as possible.



A new newupdate is available: Petition 6.02.12.03.0256.0125.236

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2014-05-05 09:33:09 PM  
1 vote:

Somaticasual: Cache: The 1% wants net neutrality ended. THAT. IS. THAT.

You are, however, free to gripe about it - as long as you don't gather in large groups.

Well, you're free to gripe about it as long as you have the OPENNET package by time warner! It guarantees access to at least 5 websites where you'll be able to post and share with friends!
Upgrade to the OpenNET2 Package for unlimited access to your refresh and back buttons...


It'll be fun watching them push until somethings snaps. Then we can use the OPENNET package to download plans for a gillotine.
 
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